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1 bridge addressdatabase add Adding a Statically Configured Address to an Address Forwarding Database You can add a statically configured address to a forwarding database using the add command on the addressdatabase menu. To add a statically configured address to forwarding database: 1. At the Top-level menu, enter: bridge addressdatabase add Select bridge port(al1-al4,unit:port,?): 2. Enter the number of the unit and port that you wish to add an address to. Enter address: 3. Enter the address, which must be entered in the form of hyphen separated bytes, for example: bd Enter VLAN ID (1) [1]: 4. Enter the VLAN ID for the new statically configured address. The error message Invalid option, or combination of options, selected appears if you select a bridge port which is not a member of the VLAN that you select. agingtime find remove summary Setting the Bridge Address Database Aging Time Finding a MAC Address Removing a MAC Address from a Port Displaying MAC Addresses for a Port

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3 trafficmanagement qos profile assign Assigning QoS Profiles to Ports You can assign a QoS profile to a port using the assign command on the profile menu. When you change the QoS profile for a port, any existing QoS settings for that port are replaced by the new profile. To assign a QoS profile: 1. From the Top-level menu, enter: trafficmanagement qos profile assign Select ports (unit:port...,?): 2. Enter the number of the unit and port that you wish to assign the QoS profile to. Enter profile number (1-5,7,16)[1]: 3. Enter the number of the profile that you wish to assign to the port. addclassifier create delete detail listports modify Adding a Classifier to a QoS Profile Creating a QoS Profile Deleting a QoS Profile Displaying Detailed Information for a QoS Profile Listing All Ports With Their Associated QoS Profiles Modifying a QoS Profile removeclassifierremoving a Classifier from a QoS Profile summary Displaying a Summary of QoS Profiles

4 bridge addressdatabase find Finding a MAC Address You can find a MAC address within the address forwarding database on the unit using the find command on the addressdatabase menu. To find a MAC address: 1. At the Top-level menu, enter: bridge addressdatabase find Enter address: 2. Enter the address that you wish to find. The address must be entered in the form of hyphen separated bytes, for example: bd The unit information for the Mac address you wish to find is displayed as in the following example: Location VLAN ID Permanent Unit 1 Port 13 1 No add agingtime remove summary Adding a Statically Configured Address to an Address Forwarding Database Setting the Bridge Address Database Aging Time Removing a MAC Address from a Port Displaying MAC Addresses for a Port

5 bridge addressdatabase remove Removing a MAC Address from a Port You can remove a MAC address associated with a selected port using the remove command on the addressdatabase menu. To remove a MAC address: 1. At the Top-level menu, enter: bridge addressdatabase remove Enter address: 2. Enter the address that you wish to remove.the address must be entered in the form of hyphen separated bytes, for example: bd Enter VLAN ID (1) [1]: 3. Enter the VLAN ID for the address that you want to remove. add agingtime find summary Adding a Statically Configured Address to an Address Forwarding Database Setting the Bridge Address Database Aging Time Finding a MAC Address Displaying MAC Addresses for a Port

6 bridge addressdatabase summary Displaying MAC Addresses for a Port You can display a summary of MAC addresses associated with a selected port using the summary command on the addressdatabase menu. To display a summary of MAC addresses associated with a port: 1. At the Top-level menu, enter: bridge addressdatabase summary Select bridge port (AL1-AL4,unit:port...,all,?): 2. Enter the number of the unit and port that you wish to have its associated MAC addresses displayed, or enter all for all the ports. The command produces a list of all MAC addresses associated with the specified port(s). A MAC address can appear more than once in the summary list against different VLANs. add agingtime find remove Adding a Statically Configured Address to an Address Forwarding Database Setting the Bridge Address Database Aging Time Finding a MAC Address Removing a MAC Address from a Port

7 bridge broadcaststormcontrol Enabling and Disabling Broadcast Storm Control You can enable or disable broadcast storm control for the unit using the broadcaststormcontrol command on the bridge menu. To enable or disable broadcast storm control for the Switch: 1. At the Top-level menu, enter: bridge broadcaststormcontrol Enter new value (enable, disable) [enable]: 2. Enter enable or disable. If you enter enable, the following prompt is displayed: Enter threshold in pps ( ) [3000]: 3. Enter the value for the rising threshold in packets per second. summary Displaying Bridge Information

8 bridge linkaggregation detail Displaying Detailed Aggregated Link Information You can display detailed aggregated link information for a single aggregated link within the current Switch unit using the detail command on the linkaggregation menu. To display detailed aggregated link information: 1. At the Top-level menu, enter: bridge linkaggregation detail Select aggregated link index (1-4): 2. Enter the index number of the aggregated link for which you wish to see detailed information. 3. The detailed aggregated link information is displayed as shown in the example below. Aggregated Link 1 Unit Port Member Reason Port Mode Status 1 25 Manual 100full Auto Active 2 26 Manual 100full Auto Active summary Displaying Summary Aggregated Link Information

9 bridge linkaggregation modify addport Adding a Port to an Aggregated Link You can add a single port to an aggregated link on the current Switch unit using the addport command on the Link Aggregation menu. You cannot add a port to an aggregated link that is already a member of an aggregated link or part of a resilient link. To add a port to an aggregated link: 1. At the Top-level menu, enter: bridge linkaggregation modify addport Select aggregated link index (1-4): 2. Enter the index number of the aggregated link that you wish to add a port to. Select ports (unit:port...,?): 3. Enter the unit and port number that you wish to add to the aggregated link. (The choice of unit numbers reflects suitable candidate units.) The specified port is then added to the aggregated link. linkstate partnerid removeport Enabling and Disabling Aggregated Links Setting the identity of a partner unit for an Aggregated Link Removing a Port from an Aggregated Link

10 bridge linkaggregation modify linkstate Enabling and Disabling Aggregated Links You can enable or disable an aggregated link on the current Switch unit using the linkstate command on the linkaggregation menu. To enable or disable an aggregated link: 1. At the Top-level menu, enter: bridge linkaggregation modify linkstate Select aggregated link index (1-4): 2. Enter the index number of the aggregated link that you wish to enable or disable. Enter new value (enable,disable): 3. Enter enable or disable. addport partnerid removeport Adding a Port to an Aggregated Link Selecting a Partner for an Aggregated Link Removing a Port from an Aggregated Link

11 bridge linkaggregation modify partnerid Setting or Modifying the Partner ID for an Aggregated Link You can use the PartnerID command on the Link Aggregation menu to set or modify the identity of a partner unit at the remote end of an aggregated link on the current Switch unit. This command is used for Link Aggregation Control Protocol (LACP IEEE 802.3ad) Pre-Configured Aggregations. This allows you to manually configure a PartnerID (that is, the MAC address of a partner device) to an aggregated link, so that you know which aggregated link is associated with which device in your network. On detecting an active port with a matching PartnerID, LACP will automatically add the port to the pre-configured aggregated link. The aggregated link should be manually configured with appropriate configuration settings, such as VLAN membership, to match the partner device. To set or modify the identity of a partner unit at the remote end of an aggregated link: 1. At the Top-level menu, enter: bridge linkaggregation modify partnerid Select aggregated link index (1-4): 2. Enter the index number of the aggregated link that you wish to set the unit partner identity for. Enter System Priority (0x0-0xffff) [0x8000]: 3. Enter the system priority of the partner unit. Enter PartnerID (<MAC address>, none) [ ]: 4. Enter the MAC Address of the partner unit. addport linkstate removeport Adding a port to an Aggregated Link Enabling and Disabling Aggregated Links Removing a Port from an Aggregated Link

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13 bridge linkaggregation modify removeport Removing a Port from an Aggregated Link You can remove a single port from an aggregated link using the removeport command on the linkaggregation/modify menu. To remove a port from an aggregated link: 1. At the Top-level menu, enter: bridge linkaggregation modify removeport Select aggregated link index (1-4): 2. Enter the index number of the aggregated link that you wish to remove a port from. Select ports (unit:port...,?): 3. Enter the unit and port number that you wish to remove from the aggregated link. (The choice of unit numbers reflects suitable candidate units.) The specified port is then removed from the aggregated link. addport linkstate partnerid Adding a port to an Aggregated Link Enabling and Disabling Aggregated Links Setting the identity of a partner unit for an Aggregated Link

14 bridge linkaggregation summary Displaying Summary Aggregated Link Information You can display summary aggregated link information about all aggregated links supported by the unit using the summary command on the Link Aggregation menu. To display summary aggregated link information: 1. At the Top-level menu, enter: bridge linkaggregation summary 2. The summary aggregated link information is displayed as shown in the example below. Select menu option (bridge/linkaggregation): summary Aggregated Active Inactive Disabled Link Ports Ports Ports Select menu option (bridge/linkaggregation): detail Displaying Detailed Aggregated Link Information

15 bridge multicastfilter igmp querymode Enabling and Disabling IGMP query mode You can enable or disable IGMP query mode for the unit using the querymode command on the IGMP menu. You would use this command to enable query mode if you wish to run multicast sessions in a network that does not contain any IGMP routers (or queriers). This command will configure the Switch to automatically negotiate with compatible devices on VLAN 1 to become the querier. To enable or disable IGMP query mode: 1. At the Top-level menu, enter: bridge multicastfilter igmp querymode Enter new value (enable, disable) [disable]: 2. Enter enable or disable. IGMP querying is disabled by default due to potential interoperability issues with core products that do not follow the lowest IP address election method. Refer to "Using Multicast Filtering" in the Implementation Guide for more information about this method. The Switch is compatible with any device that conforms to the IGMP v2 protocol. snoopmode Enabling and disabling snoop mode (IGMP multicast learning)

16 bridge multicastfilter igmp snoopmode Enabling and Disabling IGMP Snooping You can enable or disable IGMP Snooping for the unit using the IGMP command on the Multicast Filtering menu. To enable or disable IGMP Snooping: 1. At the Top-level menu, enter: bridge multicastfilter igmp snoopmode Enter new value (enable, disable) [enable]: 2. Enter enable or disable. querymode Enabling and disabling query mode

17 bridge multicastfilter routerport addport Manually Defining a Router Port You can manually define router ports for any unit in the stack using the addport command on the routerport menu. To manually define a router port: 1. At the Top-level menu, enter: bridge multicastfilter routerport addport Select router ports (AL1-AL4,unit:port...,?): 2. Enter the number of the unit and port for the router port. autodiscoveryenabling and Disabling Router Port Auto-Discovery removeport summary Removing a Router Port Displaying a Router Port Summary

18 bridge multicastfilter routerport autodiscovery Enabling and Disabling Router Port Auto-Discovery You can enable or disable router port auto-discovery for the unit using the autodiscovery command on the Router Port menu. The default setting for the Switch is router port auto-discovery enabled, with no manually identified router ports. You can manually identify router ports with auto-discovery enabled. To enable or disable router port auto-discovery: 1. At the Top-level menu, enter: bridge multicastfilter routerport autodiscovery Enter new value (enable, disable) [enable]: 2. Enter enable or disable. addport removeport summary Manually Defining a Router Port Removing a Router Port Displaying a Router Port Summary

19 bridge multicastfilter routerport removeport Removing a Router Port You can remove a router port from the unit using the removeport command on the Router Port menu. This command can remove router ports whether manually configured, or automatically learned by IGMP Snooping. If an automatically learned router port is removed, it may be relearned. To remove a router port: 1. At the Top-level menu, enter: bridge multicastfilter routerport removeport Select unit for router port (1): 2. Enter the number of unit for the router port that you wish to remove. Select router port (3,4,all): The list in the prompt only includes the router ports on the selected unit. 3. Enter the number of the router port that you wish to remove. addport Manually Defining a Router Port autodiscoveryenabling and Disabling Router Port Auto-Discovery summary Displaying a Router Port Summary

20 bridge multicastfilter routerport summary Displaying a Router Port Summary You can display a summary of router ports for the unit using the summary command on the routerport menu. This list displays all router ports whether manually configured, or automatically learned via auto-discovery. To display all router ports: 1. At the Top-level menu, enter: bridge multicastfilter routerport summary 2. The router port information for the unit is displayed in ascending port number order. An example of the router port information is shown below: Unit Router Port Learning State Manual 1 2 Manual 1 3 Manual 1 5 Auto addport Manually Defining a Router Port autodiscoveryenabling and Disabling Router Port Auto-Discovery removeport Removing a Router Port

21 bridge port detail Displaying Port Information You can display information about a port on the current Switch unit using the detail command on the Port menu. To display the port information: 1. At the Top-level menu, enter: bridge port detail Select bridge port (AL1-AL4,unit:port,?): 2. Enter the number of a unit and port. The port information for the Switch is displayed as shown in the example below. Unit 2, Port 1 Detailed Information State: Disabled fwdtransitions: 0 StpCost: 19 BroadcastStormControl:Enabled DefaultPriority: 0 LACP State: Enabled LACP PartnerID: Not known VLAN ID VLAN Name Tagging Mode 1 Default VLAN Untagged lacpstate Enabling and Disabling Link Aggregation Control Protocol (LACP) stpcost Setting the Spanning Tree Path Cost stpfaststart Enabling and Disabling Spanning Tree Fast Start summary Displaying Port Summary Information

22 bridge port lacpstate Enabling or Disabling LACP on a Port You can enable or disable Link Aggregation Control Protocol (LACP IEEE 802.3ad) on individual ports on all units in a stack using the lacpstate command on the Port menu. You can only enable or disable LACP on physical ports rather than logical bridge ports. Hence aggregated links do not appear at the port list prompt. To enable or disable LACP on a port: 1. At the Top-level menu, enter: bridge port lacpstate Select Ethernet port (unit:port...,?): 2. Enter the unit and the number of the port for which you wish to enable or disable LACP. Enter new value(enable,disable)[disable]: 3. Enter the new value for the port. detail stpcost Displaying Port Information Setting the Spanning Tree Path Cost stpfaststart Enabling and Disabling Spanning Tree Fast Start summary Displaying Port Summary Information Aggregated Links addport detail linkstate partnerid Adding a port to an Aggregated Link Displaying Detailed Aggregated Link Information Enabling and Disabling Aggregated Links Setting the identity of a partner unit for an Aggregated Link

23 removeport summary Removing a Port from an Aggregated Link Displaying Summary Aggregated Link Information

24 bridge port stpcost Setting the Spanning Tree Path Cost You can set the spanning tree path cost on a port of the current Switch using the stpcost command on the Port menu. To set the spanning tree path cost: 1. At the Top-level menu, enter: bridge port stpcost Select bridge ports (AL1-AL4,unit:port...,?): 2. Enter the number of the unit and port. Enter new value ( ,auto)[19]: 3. Enter the new value for the spanning tree path cost on the port. If you enter auto the unit will set a value depending on the speed of the port. detail Displaying Port Information lacpstate Enabling and Disabling Link Aggregation Control Protocol (LACP) stpfaststart Enabling and Disabling Spanning Tree Fast Start summary Displaying Port Summary Information

25 bridge port stpfaststart Enabling and Disabling Spanning Tree Fast Start You can enable or disable spanning tree fast start on a port of the current Switch unit using the stpfaststart command on the Port menu. Fast Start should only be enabled on ports that are directly connected to endstations. To enable or disable spanning tree fast start: 1. At the Top-level menu, enter: bridge port stpfaststart Select bridge ports (AL1-AL4,unit:port...,?): 2. Enter the number of the unit and port to be enabled or disabled. Enter new value (enable,disable) [enable]: 3. Enter enable or disable. detail lacpstate stpcost summary Displaying Port Information Enabling and Disabling Link Aggregation Control Protocol (LACP) Setting the Spanning Tree Path Cost Displaying Port Summary Information

26 bridge port summary Displaying Port Summary Information You can display summary information about a port, or all ports, of the current Switch unit using the summary command on the Port menu. To display the port summary information: 1. At the Top-level menu, enter: bridge port summary Select bridge ports (AL1-AL4,unit:port...,all,?): 2. Enter the number of a unit and port, or all. The port summary information for the Switch is displayed as shown in the example below. Port stpstate fwdtransitions stpcost LACP PartnerID 1:1 Disabled 0 19 Not known 1:2 Disabled 0 19 Not known 1:3 Disabled 0 19 Not known 1:4 Disabled 0 19 Not known 1:5 Disabled 0 19 Not known 1:6 Disabled 0 19 Not known 1:7 Disabled 0 19 Not known 1:8 Disabled 0 19 Not known 1:9 Disabled 0 19 Not known 1:10 Disabled 0 19 Not known 1:11 Disabled 0 19 Not known 1:12 Disabled 0 19 Not known 1:13 Disabled 0 19 Not known The following port summary information is displayed: stpstate Displays the parameters that provide the state of the port, the possible values are: Disabled port is disabled Link Down port is enabled but link is down Blocking equivalent to STP blocking state Listening equivalent to STP listening state Forwarding equivalent to STP forwarding state Broken port is broken fwdtransitions Displays the number of times this port has entered the forwarding state from the learning state. stpcost Displays the current path cost associated with the port. LACP PartnerID - Displays the current LACP PartnerID associated with

27 the port. detail Displaying Port Information lacpstate Enabling and Disabling Link Aggregation Control Protocol (LACP) stpcost Setting the Spanning Tree Path Cost stpfaststart Enabling and Disabling Spanning Tree Fast Start

28 bridge spanningtree stpdefaultpathcosts Setting the Bridge Spanning Tree Default Path Costs You can set the bridge spanning tree default path costs of the current Switch using the stpdefaultpathcosts command on the spanningtree menu. This command allows you to specify whether you wish the path costs to default to those of the IEEE 802.1D standard (for use with a legacy network), or use the latest IEEE 802.1t default path costs. This command provides a mechanism for future-proofing your network as the 802.1t path costs support the latest approved standards. To set the bridge spanning tree default path costs: 1. At the Top-level menu, enter: bridge spanningtree stpdefaultpathcosts 2. Enter default Path Costs version - 1=802.1D-1998,2=802.1t (1-2)[1]: 3. Enter the new value for the default path costs. stpforwarddelay stphellotime stpmaxage stppriority stpstate stpversion Setting the Bridge Spanning Tree Forward Delay Parameter Setting the Bridge Spanning Tree Hello Timer Setting the Bridge Spanning Tree Maximum Age Setting the Spanning Tree Bridge Priority Enabling and Disabling Spanning Tree on a Bridge Selecting the version of Spanning Tree to run on a Bridge

29 bridge spanningtree stpforwarddelay Setting the Bridge Spanning Tree Forward Delay You can set the bridge forward delay spanning tree parameter of the current Switch using the stpforwarddelay command on the spanningtree menu. The forward delay is the amount of time in seconds that a bridge spends in the listening and learning states. To set the bridge spanning tree forward delay: 1. At the Top-level menu, enter: bridge spanningtree stpforwarddelay 2. Enter new value in seconds (4-30) [15]: 3. Enter the new value for the forward delay. The stpforwarddelay, stphellotime and stpmaxage commands are interrelated. Changing the value for one of them will change the prompts and values for the others. stpdefaultpathcostssetting the Spanning Tree default path costs stphellotime stpmaxage stppriority stpstate stpversion Setting the Bridge Spanning Tree Hello Timer Setting the Bridge Spanning Tree Maximum Age Setting the Spanning Tree Bridge Priority Enabling and Disabling Spanning Tree on a Bridge Selecting the version of Spanning Tree to run on a Bridge

30 bridge spanningtree stphellotime Setting the Bridge Spanning Tree Hello Timer You can set the bridge hello timer spanning tree parameter of the current Switch using the stphellotime command on the spanningtree menu. The hello time is the time that elapses between the configuration messages generated by a bridge. To set the bridge spanning tree hello timer: 1. At the Top-level menu, enter: bridge spanningtree stphellotime Enter new value in seconds (1-4) [2]: 2. Enter the new value for the hello timer. The stpforwarddelay, stphellotime and stpmaxage commands are interrelated. Changing the value for one of them will change the prompts and values for the others. stpdefaultpathcostssetting the Spanning Tree default path costs stpforwarddelay stpmaxage stppriority stpstate stpversion Setting the Bridge Spanning Tree Forward Delay Setting the Bridge Spanning Tree Maximum Age Setting the Spanning Tree Bridge Priority Enabling and Disabling Spanning Tree on a Bridge Selecting the version of Spanning Tree to run on a Bridge

31 bridge spanningtree stpmaxage Setting the Bridge Spanning Tree Maximum Age You can set the bridge maximum age spanning tree parameter of the current Switch using the stpmaxage command on the spanningtree menu. The maximum age value determines when the stored configuration message information is too old and is discarded. To set the bridge spanning tree maximum age: 1. At the Top-level menu, enter: bridge spanningtree stpmaxage Enter new value in seconds (6-40) [20]: 2. Enter the the new value for the maximum age. The stpforwarddelay, stphellotime and stpmaxage commands are interrelated. Changing the value for one of them will change the prompts and values for the others. stpdefaultpathcostssetting the Spanning Tree default path costs stpforwarddelay stphellotime stppriority stpstate stpversion Setting the Bridge Spanning Tree Forward Delay Setting the Bridge Spanning Tree Hello Timer Setting the Spanning Tree Bridge Priority Enabling and Disabling Spanning Tree on a Bridge Selecting the version of Spanning Tree to run on a Bridge

32 bridge spanningtree stppriority Setting the Spanning Tree Bridge Priority You can set the spanning tree bridge priority of the current Switch using the stppriority command on the spanningtree menu. The priority is the configurable value that is appended as the most significant portion of a Bridge Identifier. The Bridge Identifier is calculated using the priority defined for the bridge and the MAC address of the bridge. The Bridge Identifier specifies which bridge acts as the central reference point, or Root Bridge, for the STP system the lower the Bridge Identifier, the more likely the bridge is to become the Root Bridge. To set the spanning tree bridge priority: 1. At the Top-level menu, enter: bridge spanningtree stppriority Select stp priority (?)[32768]: 2. Enter the new value for the bridge priority (the default option indicates the current value of the stppriority MIB item). You can enter? to display the priority values that you can set for the Switch. stpdefaultpathcostssetting the Spanning Tree default path costs stpforwarddelay stphellotime stpmaxage stpstate stpversion Setting the Bridge Spanning Tree Forward Delay Setting the Bridge Spanning Tree Hello Timer Setting the Bridge Spanning Tree Maximum Age Enabling and Disabling Spanning Tree on a Bridge Selecting the version of Spanning Tree to run on a Bridge

33 bridge spanningtree stpstate Enabling and Disabling Spanning Tree on a Bridge You can enable or disable spanning tree on a bridge of the current Switch unit using the stpstate command on the spanningtree menu. To enable or disable spanning tree on a bridge: 1. At the Top-level menu, enter: bridge spanningtree stpstate Enter new value (enable, disable) [disable]: 2. Enter enable or disable. stpdefaultpathcostssetting the Spanning Tree default path costs stpforwarddelay stphellotime stpmaxage stppriority stpversion Setting the Bridge Spanning Tree Forward Delay Setting the Bridge Spanning Tree Hello Timer Setting the Bridge Spanning Tree Maximum Age Setting the Spanning Tree Bridge Priority Selecting the version of Spanning Tree to run on a Bridge

34 bridge spanningtree stpversion Setting the Bridge Spanning Tree Version You can set the bridge spanning tree version for the current Switch using the stpversion command on the spanningtree menu. You can set the STP version to STP to inter-operate with legacy Switches, or alternatively to RSTP (Rapid STP). RSTP is an enhanced version of the STP feature and is enabled by default. RSTP can restore a network connection much quicker than the original STP feature. STP conforms to the IEEE 802.1D standard, and RSTP conforms to the IEEE 802.1w standard. To set the bridge spanning tree version: 1. At the Top-level menu, enter: bridge spanningtree stpversion 2. Enter Spanning Tree version - 0=STP,2=RSTP (0,2)[2]: 3. Enter the required value for the STP version. The stpforwarddelay, stphellotime and stpmaxage commands are interrelated. Changing the value for one of them will change the prompts and values for the others. stpdefaultpathcosts stpforwarddelay stphellotime stpmaxage stppriority stpstate Setting the Spanning Tree default path costs Setting the Bridge Spanning Tree Forward Delay Parameter Setting the Bridge Spanning Tree Hello Timer Setting the Bridge Spanning Tree Maximum Age Setting the Spanning Tree Bridge Priority Enabling and Disabling Spanning Tree on a Bridge

35 bridge summary Displaying Bridge Information You can display bridge information on the current Switch unit using the display command on the bridge menu. To display the statistical information: 1. At the Top-level menu, enter: bridge summary 2. The bridge information for the Switch is displayed as shown in the following example. stpversion: 2 (RSTP) defaultpathcosts: 802.1D-1998 stpstate: disabled agingtime: 300 Time since topology change: 0 hrs 0 mins 0 seconds Topology Changes: 0 Bridge Identifier: e408f01 Designated Root: maxage: 20 bridgemaxage: 20 hellotime: 2 bridgehellotime: 2 forwarddelay: 15 bridgefwddelay: 15 holdtime: 1 rootcost: 0 rootport: No Port priority: Select menu option: The following bridge information is displayed: stpversion Displays the bridge spanning tree version that is currently set. stpstate Displays the configurable parameter that provides the state of the bridge (that is, whether Spanning Tree is enabled or disabled ). defaultpathcosts - Displays the spanning tree default path costs of the bridge. agingtime Displays the time-out period in seconds for aging out dynamically learned forwarding information. Time Since Topology Change Displays the time elapsed (in hours, minutes, and seconds) since STP last reconfigured the network topology. Topology Changes Displays the number of times that STP has reconfigured the network topology. Bridge Identifier Displays the bridge identification. It includes the

36 bridge priority value and the MAC address of the lowest numbered port. Designated Root Displays the root bridge identification. It includes the root bridge's priority value and the MAC address of the lowest numbered port on that bridge. bridgemaxage Displays the maximum age value, used when this bridge is the root bridge. This value determines when the stored configuration message information is too old and is discarded. maxage Displays the maximum age in seconds at which the stored configuration message information is judged to be too old and is discarded. This value is determined by the root bridge. bridgehellotime Displays the Hello time value, used when this bridge is the root bridge. This value is the time that elapses between the configuration messages generated by a bridge that assumes itself to be the root. hellotime Displays the time that elapses between the configuration messages generated by a bridge that assumes itself to be the root bridgefwddelay Displays the forward delay value used when this bridge is the root bridge. This value sets the amount of time that a bridge spends in the listening and learning states. forwarddelay Displays the time that a bridge spends in the "listening" and "learning" states. holdtime Displays the minimum delay time in seconds between sending topology change Bridge Notification Protocol Data Units (BPDUs). rootcost Displays the cost of the best path to the root from the root port of the bridge. For example, one determining factor of cost is the speed of the network interface, that is, the faster the speed, the smaller the cost. rootport Displays the best path from the bridge to the root bridge. Will display a port number, aggregated link number, unit number or No Port. priority Displays the configurable value that is appended as the most significant portion of a bridge identifier. broadcaststormcontrol Enabling and Disabling Broadcast Storm Control

37 bridge vlan create Creating a VLAN You can create a VLAN using the create command on the VLAN menu. To create a VLAN: 1. At the Top-level menu, enter: bridge vlan create Enter VLAN ID (2-4094)[2]: 2. Enter the number of the VLAN ID that you wish to create. The default option is the lowest value within the VLAN ID range not currently used on the unit. Enter VLAN Name [VLAN 2]: 3. Enter the name for the VLAN. The VLAN name can be a maximum of 32 characters, including spaces. The default VLAN name is VLAN x, where x is the VLAN ID. delete detail summary Deleting a VLAN Displaying Detailed VLAN Information Displaying Summary VLAN Information

38 bridge vlan delete Deleting a VLAN You can delete a VLAN using the delete command on the VLAN menu. To delete a VLAN: 1. At the Top-level menu, enter: bridge vlan delete Select VLAN ID (5): 2. Enter the VLAN ID that you wish to delete. If the VLAN contains member ports, a warning message is displayed that asks you to confirm deletion of the VLAN. create detail summary Creating a VLAN Displaying Detailed VLAN Information Displaying Summary VLAN Information

39 bridge vlan detail Displaying Detailed VLAN Information You can display detailed information about a VLAN, specifically port membership and statistics, for the unit that is a member of the specified VLAN using the detail command on the VLAN menu. To display detailed VLAN information: 1. At the Top-level menu, enter: bridge vlan detail Select VLAN ID (1,5)[1]: 2. Enter the VLAN ID that you wish to display. The detailed VLAN information for the selected VLAN ID is displayed as shown in the example below. VLAN ID: 1 Name: Default VLAN Unit Untagged Member Ports Tagged Member Ports Aggregated Links AL1-AL4 none create delete summary Creating a VLAN Deleting a VLAN Displaying Summary VLAN Information

40 bridge vlan modify addport Adding a Port to a VLAN You can add a single port to a VLAN, or add all ports on the current Switch unit to the selected VLAN using the addport command on the VLAN menu. To add a port to a VLAN: 1. At the Top-level menu, enter: bridge vlan modify addport Select VLAN ID (1,5)[1]: 2. Enter the number of the VLAN ID that you wish to add a port to. Select bridge ports (AL1-AL4,unit:port...,?): 3. Enter the unit and port number to be added to the VLAN. Enter tag type (untagged,tagged): 4. Enter the tagging information for the port added to the VLAN. If you select untagged and the port is already a member of an untagged vlan, the port will be removed from the old untagged vlan and added to the new untagged vlan. Each port may only be a member of one untagged vlan. name removeport Modifying a VLAN Name Removing a Port from a VLAN

41 bridge vlan modify name Modifying a VLAN Name You can modify the VLAN name for a specified VLAN ID using the modify command on the VLAN menu. To modify a VLAN name: 1. At the Top-level menu, enter: bridge vlan modify name Select VLAN ID (1,5): 2. Enter the VLAN ID that you wish to modify. Enter VLAN Name [VLAN 3]: 3. Enter the new VLAN name. The default option is the current VLAN name for the specified VLAN ID. addport removeport Adding a Port to a VLAN Removing a Port from a VLAN

42 bridge vlan modify removeport Removing a Port from a VLAN You can remove a single port from a VLAN, or remove all ports on the current Switch unit from the selected VLAN using the removeport command on the VLAN menu. To remove a port from a VLAN: 1. At the Top-level menu, enter: bridge vlan modify removeport Select VLAN ID (1,5)[1]: 2. Enter the number of the VLAN ID that you wish to remove a port from. Select bridge ports (AL1-AL4,unit:port...,?): 3. Enter the unit and port number to be removed from the VLAN. The choice of port numbers reflects the number of ports on the current Switch unit. addport name Adding a Port to a VLAN Modifying a VLAN Name

43 bridge vlan summary Displaying Summary VLAN Information You can display summary information about a single VLAN or all VLANs present in the unit, specifically port membership, using the summary command on the VLAN menu. To display summary VLAN information: 1. At the Top-level menu, enter: bridge vlan summary Select VLAN ID (1,5,all)[all]: 2. Enter the VLAN ID that you wish to display, or enter all to display all VLANs on the current unit. The summary VLAN information for the selected VLAN ID is displayed as shown in the example below. VLAN ID Name 1 Default VLAN 5 VLAN Q Tag 5 Select menu option: create delete detail Creating a VLAN Deleting a VLAN Displaying Detailed VLAN Information

44 gettingstarted Using the gettingstarted Wizard for Initial Configuration You can carry out configuration of essential items using the gettingstarted command on the top level menu. The configurable items that appear in the getting started wizard are duplicates of existing menu items that can also be configured separately as single line commands. The configurable items within the getting started wizard are: IP Address information: IP address, Subnet Mask, Default Gateway Sytem Details: Switch Name, Location, Contact Change all user passwords The wizard also provides you with the option to proceed with some advanced configuration options, these are: Change all user SNMP Community Strings Enter SNMP Trap destination address To use the getting started wizard to carry out initial configuration of your Switch: 1. At the Top-level menu, enter: gettingstarted The wizard then walks you through each configurable item step-by-step. Configuration changes made whilst working through the getting started wizard are only applied to the Switch at the end of the wizard when you enter yes when prompted to apply the changed parameters. It is possible to leave the wizard at any point by entering ESC - changes made up to this point will be discarded. basicconfig name location contact community create Configuring basic IP information for the Switch Specifying a Switch Name Specifying Switch Location Details Specifying a Contact Name for the Switch Specifying SNMP Community Strings Specifying Trap Destination Details

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46 logout Exiting the Command Line Interface You can exit the command line interface at any time using the logout command on the top level menu. To exit the command line interface: 1. At the Top-level menu, enter: logout If there is a period of inactivity lasting longer than 30 minutes, you exit from the command line interface automatically. After the exit, the first key that you press returns you to the login sequence.

47 physicalinterface ethernet detail Displaying Detailed Information You can display detailed information and statistics about a single Ethernet port using the detail command on the ethernet menu. The values are automatically refreshed and updated every 10 seconds. The detail screen can be changed from the default Counters display to either Differences, Rates, or Utilization, as detailed in step 3. To display the information: 1. At the Top-level menu, enter: physicalinterface ethernet detail Select Ethernet port (unit:port,?): 2. Enter the number of the unit and port that you wish to learn more about. An example of the information displayed is shown below: Port: 1:2 State: enabled Mode: 100full (Auto) Active Features: Secure Mode, BSC_Enabled Refresh Time:10 Seconds Sampling Time:10 Seconds Received Stats Transmit Stats Unicast Packets: 0 Unicast Packets: Non Unicast Packets: 0 Non Unicast Packets: Octets: 0 Octets: Fragments: 0 Collisions: 0 Discarded Packets: 0 Errors Undersize: 0 Oversize: 0 CRC Error: 0 Jabbers: 0 Packet Size Analysis 64 Octets: to 127 Octets: to 511 Octets: 512 to 1023 Octets:

48 128 to 255 Octets: to 1518 Octets: 77 Quit Counters Differences Rates Utilization 3. Enter Q to quit and return to the previous menu. Or you can enter C: to display the Counter values for all the fields, D: to display the differences, R: to display the rates, or U: to display the utilization as a percentage for the port. flowcontrol portcapabilities portmode portstate smartautosense summary Enabling and Disabling Flow Control Setting the Port Capabilities Specifying the Speed and Duplex Mode Enabling and Disabling Ports Enabling/Disabling Smart Autosensing Displaying Port Summary Information

49 physicalinterface ethernet flowcontrol Enabling and Disabling Flow Control IEEE 802.3x flow control minimizes packet loss during periods of congestion on ports that are operating in full duplex. You can enable or disable IEEE 802.3x flow control for Ethernet ports on the Switch using the flowcontrol command on the Ethernet menu. If auto-negotiation is disabled, then the flowcontrol command specifies the flow control of the port. If auto-negotiation is enabled, the flowcontrol value you specify is used as the default value when auto-negotiation is disabled or fails.therefore if auto-negotiation is enabled, the flowcontrol command does not show the current flow control of the port. During auto-negotiation flow control is determined by the advertised pause bits of the ports at both ends of the link. The advertised pause bits may be set or cleared using the flowcontrol parameter in the portcapabilities command. To enable or disable IEEE 802.3x flow control for a port: 1. At the Top-level menu, enter: physicalinterface ethernet flowcontrol Select Ethernet port (unit:port...,?): 2. Enter the number of the unit and port to have IEEE 802.3x flow control enabled or disabled, or enter all for all the ports. Enter new value (on,off) [on]: 3. Enter on or off. If you are enabling or disabling IEEE 802.3x flow control for all the ports, only the ports which can support IEEE 802.3x flow control are changed. rxon and txon are unidirectional flow control commands that may be set up for fiber Gigabit Ethernet ports. If these command options are displayed, 3Com recommends that they should only be configured by an experienced Network Administrator from the web interface. For IEEE 802.3x flow control to operate correctly, it must be enabled at both ends of the link.

50 detail portcapabilities portmode portstate smartautosense summary Displaying Detailed Information Setting the Port Capabilities Specifying the Speed and Duplex Mode Enabling and Disabling Ports Enabling/Disabling Smart Autosensing Displaying Port Summary Information

51 physicalinterface ethernet portcapabilities Setting the Port Capabilities You can modify the port capabilities that are advertised when your Switch has auto-negotiation enabled using the portcapabilities command on the Ethernet menu. This command gives you greater control over autonegotiation. For example, you may want to restrict the bandwidth of certain ports (whilst allowing autonegotiation of duplex mode), or to restrict autonegotiation where there are compatibility issues. To set the port capabilities: 1. At the Top-level menu, enter: physicalinterface ethernet portcapabilities Select Ethernet port (unit:port,?): 2. Enter the number of the unit and port to be modified. Enter new advertised capabilities - comma separated or all (10half,10full,100half,100full,flowControl,all) [10half,10full,100half,100full,flowControl]: The advertised port capabilities will vary depending on your type of Switch unit and on the port you examine. 3. Enter, for example, 100full, 100half or all. detail flowcontrol portmode portstate smartautosense summary Displaying Detailed Information Enabling and Disabling Flow Control Specifying the Speed and Duplex Mode Enabling and Disabling Ports Enabling/Disabling Smart Autosensing Displaying Port Summary Information

52 physicalinterface ethernet portmode Specifying the Speed, Duplex, and Autonegotiation Mode You can specify the speed, duplex, and autonegotiation mode of Ethernet ports on the Switch using the portmode command on the Ethernet menu. To specify the speed, duplex, and autonegotiation mode of a port: 1. At the Top-level menu, enter: physicalinterface ethernet portmode Select Ethernet port (unit:port...,?): 2. Enter the number of the unit and port to have its mode specified. Enter auto-negotiation mode (enable,disable)[enable]: 3. Enter enable to make the selected port autonegotiate or disable to manually set the speed and duplex of the port If you are specifying the speed and duplex mode of more than one ports, only the ports which can support the new speed and duplex mode are changed. CAUTION: To communicate without errors, both ends of a link must use the same duplex mode. If you entered enable, you will be prompted to enter the fallback port mode settings. These are the settings that the port will adopt if autonegotiation fails. The following prompt will be displayed, showing available options and currently selected value: Enter fallback port mode (10half,10full,100half,100full)[100half]: If you entered disable, you will be prompted to enter the port mode settings (that is, the fixed speed/duplex settings) supported by the port(s). The following prompt will be displayed, showing available options and currently selected value: Enter port mode (10half,10full,100half,100full)[100half]: 4. Enter the desired port mode/fallback port mode. You can enter a single line version of this command, which does not require you to wait for each prompt. For example, from the top level menu at the Select menu option: prompt, enter: physicalinterface ethernet

53 portmode 1:1 enable 100half detail flowcontrol portcapabilities portstate smartautosense summary Displaying Detailed Information Enabling and Disabling Flow Control Setting the Port Capabilities Enabling and Disabling Ports Enabling/Disabling Smart Autosensing Displaying Port Summary Information

54 physicalinterface ethernet portstate Enabling and Disabling Ports You can enable and disable Ethernet ports on the Switch using the portstate command on the Ethernet menu. By default, all ports on the Switch are enabled. To enable or disable a port: 1. At the Top-level menu, enter: physicalinterface ethernet portstate Select Ethernet port (unit:port...,?): 2. Enter the number of the unit and port to be enabled or disabled. Enter new value (enable,disable) [enable]: 3. Enter enable or disable. detail flowcontrol portcapabilities portmode smartautosense summary Displaying Detailed Information Enabling and Disabling Flow Control Setting the Port Capabilities Specifying the Speed and Duplex Mode Enabling/Disabling Smart Autosensing Displaying Port Summary Information

55 physicalinterface ethernet smartautosense Enabling/Disabling Smart Autosensing Smart autosensing allows auto-negotiating multi-speed ports, such as 10/100 Mbps or 10/100/1000 Mbps, to monitor and detect errors in the physical interconnection to another port and react accordingly. For example, smart autosensing can detect network problems, such as a high error rate, or a 1000 Mbps link that fails to establish, or a poor quality cable. If a 10/100/1000 Mbps port is connected to a 10/100 Mbps port, then autosensing tunes the link to 100 Mbps provided that the error rate is not high at this speed. An SNMP Trap can be sent every time a port is down-rated to a lower speed. Smart Autosense will not operate on links that do not support autonegotiation, or on links where one end is at a fixed speed. GBIC ports only support 1000 Mbps communication and are unaffected by the smartautosense command. You can enable or disable smart autosensing on the Switch using the smartautosense command on the Ethernet menu. To enable or disable the smart autosensing: 1. At the Top-level menu, enter: physicalinterface ethernet smartautosense Enter new value (enable,disable) [enable]: 2. Enter enable or disable. detail flowcontrol portcapabilities portmode portstate summary Displaying Detailed Information Enabling and Disabling Flow Control Setting the Port Capabilities Specifying the Speed and Duplex Mode Enabling and Disabling Ports Displaying Port Summary Information

56 physicalinterface ethernet summary Displaying Port Summary Information You can display summary information about Ethernet ports on the Switch using the summary command on the Ethernet menu. The values are automatically refreshed and updated every 10 seconds and the values displayed are taken over a sampling time of 10 seconds.. The summary screen can be changed from the default Counters display to Differences as detailed in step 3. The display is refreshed and updated every 10 seconds. To display the port summary information: 1. At the Top-level menu, enter: physicalinterface ethernet summary Select Ethernet port (unit:port...,all,?): 2. Enter the unit and port number, or enter all for all the ports. The port summary information for the port(s) is displayed. An example of the port summary information (ports 1:1-1:7) is shown below: Refresh Time: 10 Seconds Sampling Time: 10 Seconds Port State Mode Rx Packets Rx Octets Errors 1:1 enabled 100full (Auto) :2 disabled :3 enabled 100full (Auto) :4 enabled 100full (Auto) :5 enabled 100full (Auto) :6 enabled 100full (Auto) :7 enabled 100full (Auto) Quit Counters Differences Next 3. Enter Q to quit and return to the previous menu. Or you can enter C: to display the Counter values for the ports (default display), or D: to display the differences. Enter N to display the next page and P to display the previous page of information. detail flowcontrol portcapabilities Displaying Detailed Information Enabling and Disabling Flow Control Setting the Port Capabilities

57 portmode portstate smartautosense Specifying the Speed and Duplex Mode Enabling and Disabling Ports Enabling/Disabling Smart Autosensing

58 protocol ip basicconfig Basic IP Management Configuration Your Switch has automatic IP configuration enabled by default. That is, it will automatically be allocated IP information via either a DHCP server, a BOOTP server, or auto-ip. You can use the basicconfig command on the IP menu to view automatically allocated IP information via the IP information summary that this command displays. For detailed information on how the automatic IP configuration feature is operates, please refer to the Implementation Guide that accompanies your Switch. Alternatively, you can use the basicconfig command on the IP menu if you wish to manually enter IP information. This command allows you to manually configure the IP address, subnet mask, and the default gateway IP address. To manually configure basic IP management: 1. At the Top-level menu, enter: protocol ip basicconfig The following prompt is displayed, allowing you to select which method of IP configuration you wish to use for the Switch: Enter configuration method (auto,manual,none)[auto]: 2. Enter your required configuration option. If you select none no further options are displayed. If you select manual, the following prompt is displayed: Enter IP address [xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx]: 3. Enter a valid IP address. The following prompt is displayed, allowing you to enter a subnet mask for the Switch: Enter subnet mask [ ] 4. Enter a subnet mask, if required. The following prompt is displayed, allowing you to enter a default gateway IP address for the Switch: Enter gateway IP address [xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx]: 5. Enter a valid gateway IP address, if required. A summary of the IP management information is displayed as shown in the example below.

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